Newsflash! Ordinary Grace debuted at #19 on the New York Times Hardcover Fiction Best Sellers list!
Ordinary Grace is finally a reality. It’s available in bookstores everywhere.
After five years of planning and writing and editing, I’m excited that this favorite book of mine can be in readers’ hands. I’ve already shared with you many of the great reviews, the wonderful things booksellers have said, the high praise from Dennis Lehane, so I’ll just say that I’ve done my best in every respect to do justice to this very special story.
I hope you read Ordinary Grace. Yes, it’s different from my Cork O’Connor novels, but with a clear conscience, I can promise you that if you give this novel a try, you won’t be disappointed.
And now, on to the future. The thirteenth novel in the Cork O’Connor series is finished and will be published in August. It’s called Tamarack County, and I’ve got to tell you, I think it’s pretty good.
Here’s the skinny. Long ago, a young Ojibwe was convicted of murder in Tamarack County. He’s spent twenty years in prison for the crime. Now, evidence has come to light that may prove his innocence, evidence that the prosecution possessed at the time of the trial but never shared with the defense. When this information becomes public, those responsible for his conviction—the judge, the prosecution, the cops—begin to the pay the price for their injustice. Murder returns to Tamarack County with a vengeance, and Corcoran O’Connor, who was the deputy responsible for collecting the evidence that convicted this man, finds himself in the crosshairs.
Mark your calendars: August 21, 2013, Tamarack County goes on sale.
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